I Can Hear Music

I Can Hear Music


Morr Music
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Vinyl

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Official Release Date May 14, 2013
Artist Dump
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005245452
Item Code  0880918811413

track listing

Disc 1:1. Slow Down2. Jury Duty3. Hope, Joe4. Into Fall5. Flap My Arms6. The Letter7. Relocation Program8. Ceiling9. Invisible10. Morning Morning11. RememberingDisc 2:1. Don't Let on2. Wanted Man3. Curl4. Zusaan Says5. Liberty Spikes6. Burning7. It's Not All Right8. Beyond the Door9. Never Comes10. Vienna11. OverDisc 3:1. I Can Hear Music2. I Want to Be with You3. Class of...4. No One, Never5. Dear Betty Baby6. Acupuncture7. 8 Km High8. Bill Withers9. Slow Down [*][version]10. (Who's at the Bottom of Your) Swimming Pool [live]

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Yo La Tengo bassist James McNew's second full-length release as Dump plays up the lo-fi elements of his one-man-band recordings a bit (the catchy opener "Slow Down" suffers from deliberate distortion and tape glitches), but it's overall a bit poppier and less experimental than either the full-length Superpowerless or the EP International Airport. As on all Dump records, the arrangements are heavy on the weedy little synths and inexpensive drum machines, which only adds to the homemade charm. Along with 15 McNew originals in varied styles, with the sublime "Liberty Spikes" a particular standout, I Can Hear Music continues Dump's predilection for obscure and fascinating covers. This time out, the choices are a straightforward and lovely version of the Fugs' "Morning Morning" (with backing vocals by Peggy Castagnes); an oddly bouncy take on Bob Dylan's "Wanted Man"; his Hoboken neighbors Fish and Roses' "The Letter"; and, best of all, a stately version of Ultravox's "Vienna" that strips all the production gloss off the original to get at the achingly pretty melody. . [The 2013 reissue of the album includes the nine song disc that was included as an extra with the original first pressing of the album. The songs are mainly instrumentals and not essential listening, but fun all the same. Best of the lot is McNew's wonderful cover of the Beach Boys' cover of the girl group classic "I Can Hear Music." This set also includes a live version of "Swimming Pool" as a bonus.]

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SN: 227 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093